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Dickey Chosen for Dey Award

Bill Dickey, the man credited with starting the National Minority Junior Golf Scholarship Association, has been chosen by the United States Golf Association to receive its 2001 Joseph C. Dey Award.
 
The 72-year-old Dickey, a resident of Phoenix, Az., has been a leader in southwest golf for more than 30 years. The Dey Award is given in recognition of meritorious service to the game as a volunteer. It will be presented Feb. 3 at the association's annual meeting in New York.